Duration: 3 Hours
Duration: 3 Hours
This city tour can be arranged any day in the week except Monday and on 1st of January, 1st of May and 25th of December. Please plan ahead of time since tickets for the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci are hard to get. For only one or two participants, however, it is also possible to find tickets on short notice. This program is carried out in all weathers. It can also be customiyed to meet your individual desires.
The guided tour Leonardo da Vinci in Milan will be organised only for you and your fellow travellers. No strangers take part. The program is carried out with a locally licensed tourist guide in the desired language. We have experienced tourist guides for German, English, Chinese, Italian also Russian, Japanese, Spanish and other languages.
The Leonardo da Vinci in Milan city walk takes about three hours. It is a 2 km walk together with the tourist guide. Entrance fees are included in the price. You will not need to wait in line to enter.
If it doesn’t work out with the very limited tickets for the last supper, then we will take you to another attraction in Milan city centre. Leonardo da Vinci was very active in Milan. There’s a lot to see. For example, the church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, the “Sistine Chapel” of Milan or the castle Castello Sforzesco. We will make a proposal to this end after your request for booking.
We calculated the above price as an example for 4 participants including entrance fees. The price depends very much on the number of people in your family. Please tell us the number of participants and the desired optional services with your request.
The meeting point depends on the availability of tickets. Sometimes the city tour starts at point A, sometimes at point B or at your hotel. For your journey to the meeting point, we recommend public transport, taxi or footpath. You can see the planned route here.
During a walk with your private guide through the city centre of Milan, you will visit the masterpieces that the universal genius has left us.
Leonardo da Vinci was a researcher and inventor. He worked from 1482 – 1499 and from 1506 -1513 at Milan’s Castello Sforzesco Castle with Duke Ludovico il Moro. Here Leonardo created works of art of invaluable value, including one of his most important works, the mural “The Last Supper”. It is now well guarded and with strictly limited access in the refectory of the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan.
The library of the Pinakothek Ambrosiana, opened in 1618, exhibits the descriptions and drawings of his inventions, the famous “Codex Atlanticus”.
Start time can be set individual
Meeting with your guide and introduction to the life of Leonardo da Vinci in Milan
Visit to the Codex Atlanticus in the Ambrosiana library
Visit to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie or San Maurizio
Visit to the Last Supper in the refectory of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie
End of the tour